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Q: do cats sleep on your face

December 16, 2008 | By danny d. | 26 answers | Expired: 2120 days ago

my cat sleeps on my face is that good cuse my old cats to not do that.

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macie j.
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Dec 20, 2008

she just loves ya and wannts to be close to you

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sarah m.
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Dec 17, 2008

my cat doesn't sleep right on my face. but as i start to toss while i am waking up she gets closer and closer and curls up on my neck and rubs my face.

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Zeek M.
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Dec 17, 2008

My cats don't sleep on my face by they sleep above my head and and sometimes rub against my face. I think that they like to be close to a warm body who loves them!

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Debo2
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Dec 17, 2008

Panya would lie draped over my head and then drool. I would wake up with a stiff neck, he only weighed 16 pounds.
Now that he's gone, I miss that, drool and all.

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maria h.
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Dec 17, 2008

None of my 12 cats has slept on my face (at least not that I'm aware Of11) but they do surround me.Two sleep above my head,one sleeps on either side of me,and one gets on top of my hip and one by my legs.I am boxed in but I love it.

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lindsey c.
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Dec 17, 2008

i think most cats are just looking to be comfortable - as long as you are okay with it i wouldn't see it as a problem! My bear likes to spend a few hrs every night on or near my head, curled up, but i'm okay with it and think its pretty normal, haha!

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julia b.
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Dec 17, 2008

Its ok for your cat to sleep on your face so that the cat isnt covering your mouth.
Cats also tend to sleep on your pillow, just above your head. Cats also like to lean against things. Every night, I Make sure that my cat can lean up against my legs or my body.

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kevinskats
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Dec 17, 2008

Cats like to be comfortable just like humans. They like to sleep leaning up against things, like your leg or your neck. They don't have little kitty pillows...so you neck has to do. Might has well get use to it because cats do whatever they want anyway.

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Mary Lee B.
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Dec 17, 2008

The first night after I adopted one of my cats, I woke in the middle of the night to find him lying across my neck. He's wrapped his little kitten body right across my throat to keep warm. He'd just left his litter mates and mom, and I felt like he was looking for that warmth and comfort. I fell in love at that moment. He now sleeps on my legs when he isn't curled up with the kitten I recently brought home. I'd say "enjoy!" He's bonding with you.

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Lourie H.
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Dec 17, 2008

Cats like to be warm and close. I use to have a Siamese that slept on my face. Did not bother me. I have one cat now that sleeps with her head in my neck. Even her purring does not bother me. Your kitty likes being close to you.

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